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  • PSU CareerConnect — a web-based system for accessing:
    • Full-time career-related positions for upcoming graduates and alumni.
    • On-campus interviews with employers who are recruiting seniors and recent graduates.
    • Part-time, off campus jobs for students.
    • On-campus work-study and regular-wage jobs for students.
    • Federal work study community service jobs (including America Reads and America Counts) for students.
    • Paid and unpaid internships for students.

      Information on using PSU CareerConnect

  • CampusPoint — Creates "programs that bring college students, recent college graduates, and employers together...offering access to dozens of traditional and temporary/internship positions not commonly made available to students and recent graduates." CampusPoint focuses is on the Portland area as well as the Seattle/Puget Sound region. CampusPoint also has a list of employer profiles that is searchable alphabetically as well as by category.
  • A great resource for restaraunt and service orientated jobs — 
  • — is a project of Action Without Borders. Search database for nonprofit jobs.
  • Mac's List — Jobs within Portland and throughout Oregon.
  • Business Education Compact — A nonprofit dedicated to connecting students with their future education careers and advocating for quality education in Oregon.
  • Community Nonprofit Resources Group (CNRG) — CNRG "is a network dedicated to providing career development and support for young professionals working at all levels of the nonprofit and government sectors in the Portland metropolitan community." CNRG has an "active e-mail distribution list that offers an extensive selection of job notices and volunteer opportunities...
  • 211 Info: Community Resources Online — This is not a job search site but the directory can be use to identify health and human services information and resources.
  • — "Geekcorps is a non-profit organization committed to expanding the Internet revolution internationally by pairing skilled volunteers from the high-tech world with small businesses in emerging nations."
  • Oregon Employment Department
  • Keys to Completing the State of Oregon Application Form — Also includes suggestions for responding to test questions on state job announcements.
  • — Jobdango is a Portland, Oregon-based company and is "an interactive website dedicated exclusively to providing the connection between jobs and people in the Northwest."
  • Craigslist.orgSearch jobs by keyword and/or category.
  • The Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet — "Providing free career and employment information since February 1994."
  • — "Indeed is a search engine for jobs. includes all the job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages." Search by keyword and location.
  • — Search engine for jobs. Search by keyword and location.
  • — "The purpose of the Job-Hunt.Org Web site is to provide the most comprehensive listing of useful Internet-accessible job-search resources and services on the Web, in a format which is most useful to job seekers."
  • 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon — From
  • ReferenceUSA — Job seekers can use this data to conduct "research about industries and companies. Find executives, corporate families and company descriptions." Look up North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code. Look up Standard Industrial Classification System (SIC) code.
  • Higher Education Recruitment Consortium — HERC offers the largest database of higher education and related jobs in the world. We are a non-profit consortium of over 600 colleges, universities, hospitals, research labs, government agencies, and related non- and for-profit organizations.